An interesting job opportunity at UC Berkeley Law School that came across my email.
The UC Berkeley Environmental Law Clinic (ELC) is expanding to meet student demand, and we are delighted to be able to hire a full-time staff attorney (title, “Clinical Supervising Attorney”). I’d be grateful if you would direct potentially interested candidates with 5+ years of experience, including litigation experience to our job posting at:
We envision a significant environmental justice component to the staff attorney’s docket, and are accordingly particularly eager to reach applicants of color/from underrepresented communities/with significant community lawyering experience or relevant professional networks.
ELC is a legal and policy clinic designed to train law students in innovative and effective environmental advocacy, make a real world environmental difference through high-impact projects, and address the environmental legal needs of underserved communities. The Clinic undertakes projects local to global in scale, working on such diverse issues as mitigating climate change, reducing the burden of environmentally induced disease, ensuring potable water and sanitation services for all, increasing children’s access to nature, and supporting green workforce development. The Clinic enrolls primarily JD students, but also some MPP and LLM students. The Clinic also includes and mentors a small number of undergraduate auditors in its seminar in an effort to diversify the pipeline of those practicing environmental law. The Clinic’s work is collaborative and multidisciplinary, and involves partnerships with Berkeley Law’s Center for Law, Energy, and the Environment; the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry; and the School of Public Health.